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    • Part Number: AP4037259
    • MFG Part Number: 306176
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I have MDG2500BWW gas dryer that is heating erratically. Ignitor cycles and glows, but often flame will not start. When this happens, there is a smell of natural gas out the vent. Have replaced ignitor and valve coils (all read proper resistances). In checking cables to coils, two prong coil cycles between 0.4V when ignitor glows, to 120V when ignitor turns off. So the coil should be energized when ignitor goes off. For three prong coil, read same voltage center ground to one outside prong, and read 118V to 120V to the other outside prong. Starting to suspect gas valve (utility work recently done on our street), maybe weak flow or valves not fully opening. Any way to check/clean? suggestions? Thanks.

Jim for Model Number MDG2500BWW

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Air path clear. Continuity on hi-temp and flame sensor. With front panel off, igniter glows, gas flows and flame last about 10 seconds. Igniter then fades and flame goes out. Strong gas smell from unit afterward. Have replaced coils and igniter but same result. Is it possible that gas valve is not closing completely?? Suggestions?

Ron for Model Number MDG2500BWW

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How do you convert the Frigidaire FGX831CS1 to propane?

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I have a maytag dryer, the flame turns on for around 10 mins. then goes off and doesn't come back on until you shut the unit down and turn it back on. I've replaced: flame sensor, hi limit therm. , cycling therm., coils, ignitor and thermal fuse.

William for Model Number MGD9026AWW

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My gas maytag dryer will not heat, the ignite lights and stays on for about 10 to 15 seconds, then i hear a click and it goes out tried replacing the coils with same result. I've tested flame sensor, cycling thermostat, high limit thermostat, and thermal fuse with all of them checking out good. Any idea's?

Nick for Model Number maytag mdg9316aww

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I have a Maytag dryer. I am smelling a gas odor when dryer runs. I am not sure which part might cause this problem.

Mike for Model Number MDG6000BWW

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Dryer model LDG9806AAM won't heat up very much. Now I have the dryer door and front panel off. The dryer ignites the burner, but the burner only stays on 6 seconds then goes out for about 30 seconds the goes on again for only 6 seconds....repeats. Burner never burns for more then 6 seconds. Already tested all the thermostats and compared them to another working dryer I have which is model MDG4000AWW. What next? Thanks for your help!!

Kerry for Model Number LDG9806AAM

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I have a Maytag drayer DG303 would not heat. Replaced gas valve and hilimit thermostat. How long should the flame stay on to heat dryer? Thanks

Patty for Model Number Maytag Dryer DG303

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I have a Maytag Dryer DG303. How long should the flame stay on after I start the dryer?

Francis

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I have replaced the timer switch because it wasn't moving. The dryer now goes thru the cycles, but sometimes it takes a few cycles to get the clothes dry. I took the front panel off to see what was going on. I start the dryer. It ignites and then a flame. The flame stays on for about 30 seconds then goes off. When that happens, I hear grinding sound like the gas valve isn't working properly. I've replaced the coils and thermostat. So could it be the gas valve?

Michelle for Model Number LDG9314AAE

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